Motilal Oswal

Pandemic has household savings jumping to 22.5% of GDP: Report

Pandemic has household savings jumping to 22.5% of GDP: Report

But households' physical savings fell to a low 5.8 per cent of GDP in the April-June period -- when the whole nation was under a strict l...Read More

Government debt grows at 30 quarter high

Government debt grows at 30 quarter high

According to a report by Motilal Oswal Institutional Equities, a 9.1 per cent year on year growth in NFS debt and 0.6 per cent year on ye...Read More

Credit growth subdued, retail growth moderates to 10.6 pc: Motilal Oswal

Credit growth subdued, retail growth moderates to 10.6 pc: Motilal Oswal

Vehicle loans moderated 8 per cent year-on-year. On the other hand, credit card growth revived sequentially at 13 per cent quarter-on-qua...Read More

Global GDP shrinks 7.2% in Q2, worst in quarter of century: Motilal Oswal

Global GDP shrinks 7.2% in Q2, worst in quarter of century: Motilal Oswal

The global real GDP contracted by 7.2 per cent year-on-year in the second quarter of current calendar year, Motilal Oswal Financial Servi...Read More

COVID-19 effect: Government debt likely to hit a historic high of 91% of GDP in FY21

COVID-19 effect: Government debt likely to hit a historic high of 91% of GDP in FY21

General government debt -- which is the combined liabilities of the Centre and states -- is likely to hit a record 91 per cent of GDP thi...Read More

Covid alters medicine needs, drug cos hit

Covid alters medicine needs, drug cos hit

The IPM grew by 0.2 per cent YoY in July (higher 2.4 per cent growth in June) but overall volumes declined by a sharper 6.5 per cent, an ...Read More

RBI's balance sheet swells to Rs 54 lakh crore since mid-Feb: Motilal Oswal

RBI's balance sheet swells to Rs 54 lakh crore since mid-Feb: Motilal Oswal

This has led the annual growth rate to more than double -- from 14% in early 2020 to more than 30% currently, according to its Ecoscope r...Read More

India's trade deficit with China totalled $48.6 billion in FY20: Motilal Oswal

India's trade deficit with China totalled $48.6 billion in FY20: Motilal Oswal

Several sectors have material linkages with China, making it important to understand the sector-wise implications.

2 held for snatching chain off bizman Motilal Oswal's wife in South Mumbai

2 held for snatching chain off bizman Motilal Oswal's wife in South Mumbai

Malabar Hill Police arrested two men for snatching chain off businessman Motilal Oswal's wife in south Mumbai on Friday. Police said, the...Read More

Telcoms may default on spectrum auction dues over AGR payment: Motilal Oswal

Telcoms may default on spectrum auction dues over AGR payment: Motilal Oswal

Earlier this month, Department of telecom (DoT) amended license to defer payments of the spectrum auction instalments due for 2020-21 and...Read More

Credit revival needs fiscal stimulus-led spending: Motilal Oswal

Credit revival needs fiscal stimulus-led spending: Motilal Oswal

New Delhi: The revival in credit growth in the country is easier said than done and a revival of credit demand in the absence of a large ...Read More

RBI may recoup lost reserves on stronger rupee

RBI may recoup lost reserves on stronger rupee

Mumbai: A strong inflow of foreign funds and benign oil prices have strengthened the Indian currency but what has worked best for the rup...Read More

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Note-ban gains may be just `72,800 cr, says Motilal Oswal

Mumbai : Against trillions of rupees of fiscal and tax gains projected from the note ban, a domestic brokerage on Wednesday said the Gove...Read More

Oswal says demonetisation gains not more than 78 cr, and other 5 imp notes

Oswal says demonetisation gains not more than 78 cr, and other 5 imp notes

Many pro-demonetisation economists and analysts had in the early days of the move claimed at least 20 per cent of the Rs 15.55 trillion o...Read More

BSE’s IPO priced at Rs 805-806 per share

BSE’s IPO priced at Rs 805-806 per share

‘At the end of October 2016, BSE was the world’s largest exchange by number of listed companies.’

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